My understanding of the Mosley-Match is just a split dipole feed.
The Classic-Match uses a slightly longer driven element (inductive)
and then runs a piece of RG-8/U center conductor and dielectric
down each side as a series capacitance to each side of the element,
cancelling the element inductance.
I am not familiar with their Q-match.
de Tom N4KG
On Fri, 12 Nov 1999 07:49:48 -0200 rmurad <email@example.com> writes:
> Hi, TowerTalkians,
> Recently I E-Mailed Mosley twice but I did not get
> any answer. I'd like to know about their various
> matching systems and the differences among them.
> Their WEB page mentions four systems:
> I found NO pictures, draws, descriptions or
> anything similar in the Mosley page. I've already
> searched everywhere on the Internet. I got nothing.
> I'd like to have some pictures or draws, so I could
> have a physical idea of those matching systems.
> Does any of you know where, in the Internet, I can
> get a close-up photo of any (or all) of these
> mysterious devices? Could I get any file (gif, jpg,
> etc) via E-Mail attachment?
> Your help will be appreciated.
> Roger - PY1OL
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